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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #27106: Interrogative and negative forms
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    Interrogative and negative forms

    Change into the interrogative (?) or negative form (-).

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    1. Brian spent the night at Bel Air Hotel. (-)

    2. He's been sitting in the entrance hall since this morning. (?)

    3. She's asking the right questions. (?)

    4. They'd accept to cooperate with us if we asked them to. (?)

    5. They were listening to him. (-)

    6. He's been talking to his students since 9 am. (-)

    7. They'd be happy if they passed their exams. (?)

    8. Peter ran away. (?)

    9. She's phoning her parents. (-)

    10. The guests had to sign the book. (-)

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